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The Fantasy Fullback Dive - Fantasy Football Podcast

Just like the real game, fantasy football is truly a game of inches. From that crucial waiver wire pick-up, to the right draft-day selection in Round 9, fantasy titles are won with those hard-nosed, unsung, fullback-esque moves. That’s where the astutely researched, undeniably bold, and unfathomably genius opinions of our very-own Wolf and Truth come in. Gritty. Dirty. Always pushing the pile. Gain that crucial yard with the Fantasy Fullback Dive.
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Apr 14, 2017

Who's really going to be the top dog at WR for the Redskins this season between Crowder and Pryor?  What can we really expect from Jordan Reed or the Washington backfield?  Grant Paulsen from 106.7 The Fan and Fox 5 DC has some bold predictions about these things and more.  But first...

The Truth briefly takes the Wolf down memory lane to 1983 when Michael Jackson’s Thriller LP was everywhere and Velcro shoes were brand new and all the rage.  Football Fantasies are back and sexier than ever, and the guys argue about each other’s obsessions with David Johnson and Jamaal Charles.  We are thrilled to welcome Grant Paulsen from 106.7 The Fan and Fox 5 DC for a great interview.  And finally, the Wolf gives us his winners and losers at the WR position after the first wave of free agency. 

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The Truth and the Wolf take a trip back in time to the mid 80s to discuss Velcro shoes, Michael Jackson’s Thriller, and single barred, useless facemasks (1:50)

Football Fantasies kicks off (4:30) and the fellas talk about Eli Manning’s thoughts on Brandon Marshall (5:30), David Johnson getting 30 carries a game (10:08), and Demaryius Thomas “working on his hips” (16:32).

Interview with 106.7 The Fan and Fox 5 in DC’s Grant Paulsen (21:40).  They talk about his expectations for Terrelle Pryor, Jamison Crowder, and Jordan Reed, as well as if he expects a move to be made in the Washington backfield.

Winners and Losers at the wide receiver position (35:10).

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